Double Dave's Pizzaworks now open on N. LBJ in San Marcos

Double Dave's Pizzaworks opened its first San Marcos location on Dec. 3. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Double Dave's Pizzaworks opened its first San Marcos location on Dec. 3. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Double Dave's Pizzaworks opened its first San Marcos location on Dec. 3. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Double Dave’s Pizzaworks, the pizza chain, opened a San Marcos location at 748 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos, on Dec. 3. The restaurant, which offers delivery services, also features sandwiches, wings, salads and desserts. 737-213-4444. www.doubledaves.com


Editor's note: The post has been updated to reflect the fact that this may not be the first Double Dave's to open in San Marcos.
By Evelin Garcia
Evelin Garcia covers local government, education, business and development as the reporter of Community Impact Newspaper's San Marcos/Buda/Kyle edition. Evelin is a graduate of Texas State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a minor in international studies.


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